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Frontier gets FTC’s okay for Verizon deal

Stamford’s Frontier Communications, which has offered landline, television and Internet services across the state since last year, said the Federal Trade Commission has decided Frontier’s...

Frontier's 1Q weighed down by higher expenses

Statewide landline, Internet and cable provider Frontier Communications said it lost money in the first quarter due to higher costs related to recent acquisitions from AT&T and Verizon.

State, telecom industry clash over gigabit network expansion

Brad Kane |

The state's plan to help municipalities develop ultra-high-speed Internet fiber networks is moving forward with an initial funding partner, despite objections from the business community over the...

AT&T deal boosted Wilderotter's 2014 pay

Frontier Communications' CEO and executive chairman saw her compensation grow 39 percent last year, partly thanks to the closing of the Stamford telecom's $2 billion acquisition of AT&T's Connecticut...

Telecom led CT consumer complaints last year

More than a quarter of complaints filed with the Department of Consumer Protection last year were related to Frontier Communications’ switchover of its newly acquired AT&T systems, the...

Frontier lines up CEO transition

Stamford’s Frontier Communications, which bought AT&T’s Connecticut wireline operations last year, said its longtime CEO Maggie Wilderotter will transition out of the role in early April.

Frontier’s 4Q net falls, despite CT boost

Stamford’s Frontier Communications said its fourth-quarter profits fell 79 percent, despite a revenue boost from the nearly 527,000 Connecticut customers it acquired in a $2 billion deal with...

Frontier's Verizon play puts it on 'negative rating watch'

Fitch Ratings said it has placed Frontier Communications' long-term debt on a “rating watch negative,” following the wireline provider's announcement that it intends to pay $10.5 billion...

Frontier inks $10.54B deal for Verizon wireline assets

Fresh off its acquisition of AT&T’s Connecticut wireline business, Stamford’s Frontier Communications said it will pay $10.54 billion for Verizon’s wireline assets in California,...

Bloomberg: Frontier may have $10B deal in the works

Frontier may soon announce a $10 billion deal to purchase landline assets from Verizon, Bloomberg reported Tuesday evening.

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